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Literature for listening; an oral interpreter's anthology: letters, short stories, poetry, drama, essays

Author: Keith Brooks; Eugene Bahn; L LaMont Okey
Publisher: Boston, Allyn and Bacon [1968]
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Brooks, Keith, 1923-
Literature for listening.
Boston, Allyn and Bacon [1968]
(OCoLC)654707412
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Brooks; Eugene Bahn; L LaMont Okey
OCLC Number: 448287
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 319 pages 22 cm
Contents: Letters. To Cornelius Tacitus / Pliny the younger --
To Queen Mary ; To Mary, Queen of Scots ; To William Cecil, Lord Burghley ; To Catherine de Medici, Queen Mother of France ; To Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester ; To Mary, Queen of Scots ; To Henry III, King of France ; To James the Sixth, King of Scotland / Queen Elizabeth I --
To Lady Mary Harington / Sir John Harington --
To M. de Coulanges ; To Mme. de Grignan / Madame de Sévigné --
To George Montagu, Esq. / Horace Walpole --
The rambler / Samuel Johnson --
To his sister ; To his cousin ; To Abbé Bullinger ; To his father ; To Baroness von Waldstädten / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart --
To Thomas Manning ; To William Wordsworth / Charles Lamb --
To John Murray / Lord Byron --
To John D. Johnston / Abraham Lincoln --
To Charles Dickens ; To Mamie Dickens / Charles Dickens --
R.B to E.B.B. ; E.B.B. to R.B. / Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
To Rev. J.H. Twichell, in Hartford ; To R.W. Gilder, in New York / Mark Twain --
To Minna Timmins Chapman ; To Evelyn Ames & Frederick Hale / John Jay Chapman --
To Sabra Peabody ; To Harold Monro / Robert Frost --
To Milena / Franz Kafka --
To Captain Thornton Wilder / Alexander Woollcott --
Marianne Moore and the Ford Motor Company --
To Father Flye / James Agee --
Short stories. An upheaval / Anton Chekhov --
Roman fever / Edith Wharton --
Red / W. Somerset Maugham --
The killers / Ernest Hemingway --
The Christmas tree and the wedding / Feodor M. Dostoyevsky --
The day it rained forever / Ray Bradbury --
Rhodes scholar / Allen Read --
You know me, Al / Ring Lardner --
The prodigal's return / Margaret Linton --
Poetry. Unkindnesse ; The storm ; The method / George Herbert --
Gold ; The usurpation / Abraham Cowley --
Affliction / Henry Vaughan --
To a mouse, on turning her up in her nest with the plow ; Winter ; O, wert thou in the cauld blast / Robert Burns --
Ode ; Sonnets / William Wordsworth --
Lord Ullin's daughter / Thomas Campbell --
Canto III, from Childe Harold's pilgrimage ; Canto IV, "The ocean," from Childe Harold's pilgrimage / Lord Byron --
The cloud ; from Adonais / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
To autumn ; On the grasshopper and cricket / John Keats --
To Helen / Edgar Allan Poe --
Conscience / Henry David Thoreau --
There was a child went forth ; Dirge for two veterans / Walt Whitman --
I cannot live with you / Emily Dickinson --
The caged skylark ; The sea and the skylark / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Out, out ; Acquainted with the night / Robert Frost --
The glass of water ; Somnambulisma ; Of modern poetry / Wallace Stevens --
New Mexican mountain ; Shine, republic / Robinson Jeffers --
Ash-Wednesday, part I ; Gus: the theatre cat / T.S. Eliot --
Lady lost ; Janet waking / John Crowe Ransom --
Sonnet III / Conrad Aiken --
next to of course god ; little tree / E.E. Cummings --
Portrait of a cog ; Homage ; Any man's advice to his son / Kenneth Fearing --
Jonah / Randall Jarrell --
The song / Theodore Roethke --
Fern Hill ; In my craft or sullen art ; Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas --
The lost muse ; September lament ; The divorcee ; Sarah Street / Naomi Long Madgett --
Drama. The way of the world / William Congreve --
Nathan the wise / Gotthold Ephraim Lessing --
The kingdom of God / Gregorio Martinez Sierra --
Prologue to glory / E.P. Conkle --
The time of your life / William Saroyan --
Moony's kid don't cry / Tennessee Williams --
Too many thumbs / Robert H. Hivnor --
Becket or the honor og God / Jean Anouilh --
A raisin in the sun / Lorraine Hansberry--
The royal hunt of the sun / Peter Shaffer --
Essays. Of youth and age ; Of studies / Francis Bacon --
A proud man ; The rude man / Samuel Butler --
The tatler ; Spectator / Joseph Addison and Sir Richard Steele --
The rambler / Samuel Johnson --
Barbara S---
/ Charles Lamb --
The fall of a pine / Henry David Thoreau --
How to tell a story ; The captain's story / Mark Twain --
Fall in! / Robert Benchley --
Snapshot of a dog / James Thurber --
Quo vadimus? / E.B. White --
Don't be a pal to your son / Art Buchwald.
Responsibility: [compiled by] Keith Brooks, Eugene Bahn [and] L. LaMont Okey.

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